Taste & Smell
Pairs Well With
- Arts & Crafts
- Exploring Nature
- Walking in the City
About this Sativa Strain
Nigerian cannabis is a landrace strain native to Africa in the Nigerian region. As a sativa, this strain is known for its energetic and uplifting effects that rapidly take over the body and mind for a tingling, energized experience according to those who have tried it.
When you examine the flower structure, you will immediately notice dark hues of green across the leaves. These deep, dark green colors are adorned with orange pistil hairs all over the bud along with a frosty trichome layer.
Opening the package reveals an aroma of spice and earth with notes of herb and tropical fruit. The spiciness comes through heavily on the intake and moderately on the exhale with notes of herb, citrus, and earth.
If terpenes are your interest, you’ll find higher levels of caryophyllene, pinene and ocimene in the Nigerian strain. THC content would be considered low in the 12% to 18% range.
This energetic landrace strain is great on its own and can also be bred in other combinations to bring the energy to any variation.
Frequently Asked Questions About Nigerian
Nigerian cannabis is a landrace strain from Africa that has an energetic and uplifting effect wrapped in a body and mind tingle according to those who have tried it.
What does Nigerian mean?
Nigerian cannabis strain pays homage to the region of Africa where this strain was discovered.
Where does Nigerian come from?
Nigerian is a landrace strain, meaning it originates from a region and is not bred intentionally to have certain characteristics.
What does Nigerian smell like?
Nigerian cannabis strain smells spicy and earthy with notes of herb, citrus, and tropical fruit.
What does Nigerian taste like?
Nigerian cannabis strain tastes spicy and earthy with a smooth exhale of herb and earth.
What color does Nigeria have?
Nigerian strain appears to be various shades of deep green with orange pistils all over and a frosty trichome covering.
What effects does Nigerian have?
Nigerian cannabis strain is energizing and uplifting to both to mind and body accompanied by a tingling sensation according to those who have tried it.
Is Nigerian an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Nigerian cannabis strain is a sativa.
Nigerian cannabis is a landrace strain native to Africa in the Nigerian region. As a sativa, this strain is known for its energetic and uplifting effects that rapidly take over the body and mind for a tingling, energized experience according to those who have tried it. When you examine the flower…
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Health workers facing greater risk as infected patients coming to hospitals unaware of COVID-19 status, says official – Anadolu Agency